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As aid begins to arrive, rescue efforts focus on Chilean coastline

Washington Post - Jonathan Franklin - ‎43 minutes ago‎
SANTIAGO, CHILE -- Rescue workers and civilians searching for survivors of this weekend's earthquake and tsunami focused their efforts on the Chilean coastline Tuesday, as international aid began arriving in the country.

Supreme Court Remains Divided Over Gun Control

New York Times - Adam Liptak - ‎2 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON - An unusually intense Supreme Court argument Tuesday showed that the justices remain bitterly divided about the meaning and scope of the Second Amendment.

Jerry Brown says he's ready to lead California, again

Christian Science Monitor - Michael B. Farrell - ‎1 hour ago‎
Jerry Brown, California's attorney general and former two-term governor, made it official Tuesday: He'd like a third crack at the governor's job.
It's official: Brown is in San Jose Mercury News

Dubai police chief says to seek Netanyahu arrest

Reuters - Ammar Awad, Tamara Walid - ‎1 hour ago‎

Netanyahu intervenes in sensitive Jerusalem project

Reuters - Allyn Fisher-Ilan, Ali Sawafta - ‎30 minutes ago‎
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, citing concern over Israel's international image, persuaded Jerusalem's mayor on Tuesday to put on hold any demolition of Palestinian homes in a municipal tourism project.

Russia says still room for diplomacy with Iran

Reuters - Mehdi Ghasemi, Conor Sweeney - ‎11 hours ago‎
An Iranian operator (R) and a Russian operator monitor the nuclear power plant unit in Bushehr, about 1215 km (755 miles) south of Tehran, November 30, 2009.

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Obama embraces GOP health care proposals

CNN - Suzanne Malveaux - ‎41 minutes ago‎
President Obama is set to lay out a road map Wednesday for getting health care reform bill passed. Washington (CNN) -- President Obama extended a bipartisan olive branch to GOP leaders in the health care debate Tuesday, stating in a letter that he is ...

Jim Bunning delays vote; unemployed face first week without check

Christian Science Monitor - Ron Scherer - ‎42 minutes ago‎
With Sen. Jim Bunning blocking a vote on extending unemployment benefits, some 205000 Americans will not get a check this week, says the National Employment Law Project.

Paterson Says He Will Not Resign

New York Times - David M. Halbfinger, Jeremy W. Peters - ‎35 minutes ago‎
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, left, and State Senator John L. Sampson at the Executive Mansion in Albany on Tuesday after meeting with Gov.

Ford US Sales Win Is First Since 1998 as GM Shuffles Leaders

BusinessWeek - Mike Ramsey, Keith Naughton - ‎2 hours ago‎
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co. beat General Motors Co. in monthly sales in February for the first time since 1998, and GM Chief Executive Officer Ed Whitacre shuffled his marketing leaders for the second time in ...

How to Trace Your Car's Safety Record

Wall Street Journal - Joseph B. White - ‎40 minutes ago‎
Toyota Motor Corp. this week announced it will offer free repairs to owners of more than 200000 vehicles with potentially leaky oil hoses.

Postal Service Revives Cutback Plans

New York Times - Liz Robbins - ‎32 minutes ago‎
Faced with growing deficits and rapid erosion of its business, the United States Postal Service on Tuesday reintroduced proposals to cut costs, close post offices, raise rates and eliminate some services, most notably Saturday mail ...

Apple Sues HTC, Claiming 20 Patent Infringements

PC World - Brennon Slattery - ‎1 hour ago‎
Apple has lashed out at HTC with a lawsuit alleging 20 different patent infringements related to the iPhone's user interface, underlying architecture and hardware.

Activision Creates Unit to Run 'Call of Duty' Games

BusinessWeek - Adam Satariano - ‎1 hour ago‎
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Activision Blizzard Inc., the world's largest video-game company, said it formed a new unit to run the “Call of Duty” franchise following the departure of two executives who oversaw creation of the title.

Topeka: That's Google, Kansas To You

PC World - Jr Raphael - ‎1 hour ago‎
In what may be one of the silliest moves ever made by an elected official, the mayor of Kansas's capital has unofficially changed his city's name to Google.

NY Police Seek Naomi Campbell for Assault Questions

ABC News - Michelle Nichols, Philip Barbara - ‎32 minutes ago‎
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Naomi Campbell was wanted for questioned by New York police on Tuesday after her driver accused the British supermodel of assaulting him.

The Top 10 'American Idol' questions Ask.com gets asked

USA Today - ‎1 hour ago‎
As we get ready to head into this week's American Idol shows, I thought you'd get a kick out of seeing the Idol-related questions most asked last week at Ask.

Leno recaptures old audience, critics underwhelmed

Reuters - Mario Anzuoni, Jill Serjeant - ‎46 minutes ago‎
Host Jay Leno smiles during a panel for his upcoming television series ''The Jay Leno Show'' at the Television Critics Association Cable summer press tour in Pasadena, California August 5, 2009.

Risers & Sliders: Mays fails to impress in DB drills at NFL combine

SI.com - Tony Pauline - ‎1 hour ago‎
AP INDIANAPOLIS -- NFL decision makers and scouts gathered at Lucas Oil Stadium today for the final day of the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine.

Tour colleague Howell reports Tiger 'looked good' on practice range

CBSSports.com - Steve Elling - ‎2 hours ago‎
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Now that Tiger Woods has begun picking up the pieces of his professional life, too, a couple of important questions remain unanswered.

Beltran and Delgado Become Parts of Galea Inquiry

New York Times - Michael S. Schmidt - ‎2 hours ago‎
Carlos Beltran said on Tuesday that he met with federal agents investigating Anthony Galea, a doctor based in Canada who is under investigation for distributing performance-enhancing drugs.

Consumer group sues California health insurer

Reuters - Steve Gorman - ‎7 hours ago‎
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Consumer advocates filed a class-action suit against Anthem Blue Cross on Monday, accusing California's largest for-profit health insurer of illegally using drastic rate hikes to force customers into inferior health plans.

Industry crackdown on salt could save US billions

Reuters - Julie Steenhuysen, Mohammad Zargham - ‎8 hours ago‎
A woman gathers salt crystals at a mine on Senegal's coastline near the Gambian border, June 12, 2006. CHICAGO (Reuters) - Working with the food industry to cut salt intake by nearly 10 percent could prevent hundreds of thousands of heart attacks and ...

Study: Snacks Make Up 27% of Kids Calories

CBS News - ‎9 hours ago‎
CBS News Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook hosts a weekly show, CBS Doc Dot Com, all about health issues. (CBS) American kids snack three times a day and chips, candy and other junk foods now account for more than 27 percent of children's daily ...

For Me, the Party Is Over

Huffington Post (blog) - ‎Feb 21, 2010‎
It took only the single tap of a computer key, and just like that I'd exited the Republican Party after 30 years of active membership.

The 10 Most Addictive Sounds in the World

Fast Company - Martin Lindstrom - ‎Feb 22, 2010‎
You're probably among the millions who have experienced it: driving in a car, listening to the radio, and suddenly this song comes on.

Clueless Woman Calls Tech Show When Her Stolen Wi-Fi Disappears [VIDEO]

Mashable (blog) - James P. Steiner - ‎Feb 22, 2010‎
Yeah, everyone has stolen Wi-Fi at one point or another, but not everyone has called into a tech show in order to complain about the fact that someone put the kibosh on said stealing.

Utah Bill Criminalizes Miscarriage

RH Reality Check (blog) - Rachel Larris - ‎Feb 20, 2010‎
A bill passed by the Utah House and Senate this week and waiting for the governor's signature, will make it a crime for a woman to have a miscarriage, and make induced abortion a crime in some instances.

Vancouver medals in condom distribution

CNN - Jessica Ravitz - ‎Mar 1, 2010‎
(CNN) -- The medals have been presented, the caldron extinguished and the crowds dispersed, but there's one record from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics that may have been overlooked: Most condoms distributed at a Winter Games.